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Old 07-23-2013, 01:31 PM
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186 Transition stream Visa( getting paperwork ready myself)

I allready posted my question but i think i put it on the wrong forum so here goes again. I would be gratefull if anyone can help me?
I am currently getting my paperwork ready for the 186 transition stream visa through my employer and im trying to do it myself. I am living in Brisbane can you tell me if i need to get fingerprints done for the police certificate as the police said i should check if that is required for this visa also will one written defacto evidence do for myself and my girlfriend or will she have to do a seperate one, also will i have to get each page of the evidence stamped by a migrant agent
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Hi Barney -

Thanks for the note. The AFP police clearance certificate required for Australian immigration is the National Police Check without fingerprints. All defacto relationship evidence should be colour scans or certified copies (note that a JP, pharmacist, police officer, lawyer, etc can certify in addition to a migration agent), and the defacto evidence would apply to your relationship so it would cover you and your secondary applicant (partner).

Suggestion: don't use the word "girlfriend", as DIAC will disqualify your relationship if it determines that's the nature of it. "Partner" is far better.

Hope this helps, and good luck with your application!

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Hi Mark
Thank you for your reply and advise. Can i also ask you if the photo evidence has to be printed off signed and certified also or can i just send it as an attachment when i am applying on line
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Hi Barney -

Photographic evidence (of your partner relationship I assume) is fine via colour scans of the photos or uploading the photos directly as long as they meet DIAC uploading standards re: filesize, etc. We usually scan photos and edit them onto 2 per A4 size document, then put a caption below each one if necessary to explain the context of the photo, ie, "John, Mary and their parents at the beach in November, 2011" etc.

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Hello Mark again
Sorry to bother you again but its nearly 5 months now since my employer registered me for the employer nominated 186 visa. they received an email of confirmation way back but nothing since I am worried if something has gone wrong or is this time limit normal and can I contact them to ask how its coming along and what department do I call. I would be grateful for any help or advise you can give me
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Hi Barney -

Photographic evidence (of your partner relationship I assume) is fine via colour scans of the photos or uploading the photos directly as long as they meet DIAC uploading standards re: filesize, etc. We usually scan photos and edit them onto 2 per A4 size document, then put a caption below each one if necessary to explain the context of the photo, ie, "John, Mary and their parents at the beach in November, 2011" etc.

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Mark Northam
Hello mark,

I am jitendra from India and look like join foram for good and attractive response, first I would like to know that how many back up finance require for give cash finance proof and can I use third party in my financial support for show the evidence of property ..please suggest me...


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Hi Jitendra -

Thanks for the note. Depends completely on what type of visa you are applying for, whether you are getting state sponsorship, etc. Australian visa laws and regulations are complex. If you can be more specific, I or others here may be able to help.

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Hello mark,

I am jitendra from India and look like join foram for good and attractive response, first I would like to know that how many back up finance require for give cash finance proof and can I use third party in my financial support for show the evidence of property ..please suggest me...

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Hi Jitendra -

Thanks for the note. Depends completely on what type of visa you are applying for, whether you are getting state sponsorship, etc. Australian visa laws and regulations are complex. If you can be more specific, I or others here may be able to help.

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Mark Northam
Hello,

Thank for give the quick reply and advice, can I also ask you if I getting steam line visa so how many balance require.


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HI Jitrenda -

Normally you do not have to show any balance for SVP applications, just have to declare that you have the appropriate funds available, but keeping that in mind the case officer if he has any concerns has the right to ask you to show proof of available funds.

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Thank for give the quick reply and advice, can I also ask you if I getting steam line visa so how many balance require.

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HI Jitrenda -

Normally you do not have to show any balance for SVP applications, just have to declare that you have the appropriate funds available, but keeping that in mind the case officer if he has any concerns has the right to ask you to show proof of available funds.

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Mark Northam
Thanks for give information...


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